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‘Nutty’ professors develop world first almond grading machine | The Land

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University of South Australia researchers say they have developed a world-first automated machine that can simultaneously grade almonds and detect potentially serious contaminants in kernels.

Australia’s almond crop is now was worth around $1 billion and is tipped to grow to $1.5 billion in…



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